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Trent University was originally founded in 1963, as a public, non-denominational university in the town of Peterborough, in Ontario’s Trent Valley. In 1964 it had only 100 students. The university consists of several individual colleges. The first was Catherine Parr Traill College, the home of the university’s Modern Languages, Canadian Studies, Cultural Studies and English […]

Trent University

Canada

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The University of Winnipeg’s history goes back nearly 150 years to its two founding institutions – Wesley College (founded 1888) and Manitoba College (founded 1871). In 1938 these two schools merged to form United College. This institution was associated with the University of Manitoba until 1967, when it received its charter and became the University […]

University of Winnipeg

Canada

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Mount Allison University was originally founded as The Mount Allison Wesleyan Academy in 1843. At the time it admitted only males, but a Ladies’ College soon followed in 1854. The schools first gained the power to grant degrees in 1862, officially becoming a university at that time. Not long after, in 1875, the university conferred […]

Mount Allison University

Canada

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The University of Toronto got its start back in 1827. However, that was just ‘the end of the beginning’, the culmination of a development process which started in 1798. Initially, the institution was called King’s College, se defined by the charter issued by King George IV. It was originally a heavily religious institution of the […]

University of Toronto

Canada

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McGill University, also known as Université McGill, was founded in 1821 by the Royal Charter of King George IV, though it did not use that name until 1885. However, it owes much of its early form to the Royal Institute for the Advancement of Learning, which predated it by some 20 years. This organisation created […]

McGill University

Canada

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The University of Guelph was originally founded as the Ontario School of Agriculture in 1874, but renamed the Ontario Agricultural College in 1880. At that time it was little more than an experimental farm, a Museum of Agriculture and Horticulture a library and a building dedicated to the Department of Apiculture (beekeeping). Early additions to […]

University of Guelph

Canada

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